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Marshall Health, School of Medicine, Mountain Health Network welcome new physicians and faculty
Electrophysiologist and associate professor Khalid Abozguia obtained his Ph.D. in cardiovascular medicine from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom and his M.D. from the University of Tripoli in Libya. He has completed multiple fellowships in the United Kingdom and the United States and is certified by the International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners. Dr. Abozguia will see patients at Marshall Cardiology in the Erma Ora Byrd Clinical Center located at 1249 15th St. in Huntington. For appointments, call 304-691-8500.
Neurohospitalist and assistant professor Jason Adams obtained his M.D. from Marshall and is one of Marshall’s first neurology resident graduates. He sees patients at both Cabell Huntington Hospital and St. Mary’s Medical Center, members of Mountain Health Network.
Dentist and assistant professor Dhwani Amin obtained her D.D.S. from SUNY at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine in Buffalo, New York. Dr. Amin will see patients at Marshall Dentistry & Oral Surgery located at the Fairfield Building at 1616 13th Ave. in Huntington. For appointments, call 304-691 -1274.
Neurosurgeon and assistant professor Heather Pinckard-Dover holds an M.D. from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, Arkansas, where she was the first female to complete a neurosurgery residency at the academic health sciences center. She completed a stereotactic and functional fellowship at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Dr. Pinckard-Dover specializes in deep brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerve and cranial nerve stimulation. For appointments, call Marshall Neuroscience at 304-691-1787.
Board-certified primary care provider and assistant professor Kasey Stickler earned her M.D. from Marshall and completed a residency and rural/sports medicine fellowship with Marshall Family Medicine. She sees patients at the CHH Family Medicine location in Barboursville and at the Marshall Sports Medicine Institute. For appointments, call 304-691-1100.
Internal medicine – pediatrics specialists and assistant professors Troy Wallace and Michelle Worthy earned their medical degrees and completed their residencies at Marshall. They will see patients at multiple Marshall Health locations. For appointments, call 304-691-1000.
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